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Exempt v. Non-Exempt: Overtime & Employer Liability in the Workplace (Teleseminar)
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Exempt v. Non-Exempt: Overtime & Employer Liability in the Workplace (Teleseminar)

1 CLE hour

When: 03/31/2015
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Contact: (404) 521-0781

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Exempt v. Non-Exempt: Overtime & Employer Liability in the Workplace - 1 CLE hour

Wage and hour law, particularly related to overtime, is undergoing a sea change.  Classifying a worker as “exempt,” and thus not entitled to overtime no matter how many hours worked in a week, has become much more difficult with the spread of non-traditional employment relationships, including the use of independent contractors, outsourcing, subcontractors, and franchisees. If an employer gets the classification wrong, it is liable for back pay and large penalties. The US Department of Labor is also on the verge of issuing new regulations that will substantially revise the salary threshold entitling even salaried workers to overtime.  Advising clients on these major developments is essential to keeping them compliant and reducing their liability. This program will provide you with a practical guide to wage and hour developments focusing on overtime and how it impacts what your clients pay their employees and how they do business.

Review of significant wage and hour case law and regulatory developments
Forthcoming regulations on new threshold salary entitling otherwise exempt employees to overtime payments 
How many currently “exempt” employees may soon be entitled to overtime
“Fissured” industries and non-traditional employer-employee arrangements – independent contractors, subcontractors, and franchised employees
Smartphones, technology and the “constant communications” rule
Working remotely – when does the workday begin and end? 
Treatment of “inside” and “outside” sales people
Review of DOL enforcement priorities and trends in settlements and penalties


Tammy D. McCutchen
is a principal in the Washington, D.C. office of Littler Mendelson, PC, where she counsels management in connection with all types employment matters and represents them in federal and state court and before the US Department of Labor and state employment agencies.  She formerly served as the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division of the US Department of Labor where she was the principal architect of the first major revision of the overtime rules in 50 years.  Before entering private practice, she served as a judicial clerk to Judge Daniel Manion of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.  Ms. McCutchen earned her B.S. from Western Illinois University and her J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.

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